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DUAL MOMARCHY IN AUSTRIA. BUDAPESTH, Sunday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

DUAL MHCNY II AUSTRIA. BUDA3PSSTH, Suudav EvoiiinE. | The Emperor of "Austria is quietly pre • pnring a dual aionarchy, owin^ to his ad vanced age and enfeebled health. The ^ change, which, when mooted somo ■ yea]'.-; | ago was viewed with universal apprehension by the Austrian people, is now passed over quiotly und orderly,

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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MODERN WIRELESS AT SEA. LONDON, Sunday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

-M9DERN - WIRELESS AT SEA. LONDON, Sumlny Kvciiinn\ ' The Hamburg-American steamer Euro Ipeano, wliicji ia now building, wiji probably | bp tho first ship to communicate b_v wireless | diroct with the aiioro to stations in" any part of tho Atlantic.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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BETWIXT LOVE AND PATRIOTISM. AMERICAN WOMAN CHOOSES LATTER. NEW YORK, Sunday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

BEflXT LOVE AND PATRIOTISM, AME8IGAFJ WOMAN CHOOSES LATTER. iVEV.' YORK Sunchiv Ev'emna. SpaaUor Cannon, of th^ United Stater, llouro of ttcnrcscntalires, has roceircd an unsigned letter from a woman in love with a Japanese officer. ,lhe writer states that she discovered tho secret of his mission to America, which ' is that oT rscici::igo. She as!<s that the letter t bo aorootod r.s from a jjatriotic Aiuq ^ rican citizen, despite hor association with . tlio Japanese.

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MEXICO UFFERS CONCESSIONS TO TO JAPAN. WASHINGTON, Sunday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

MEXICO UFFERS G8HGESSMS T9 TO JM. W ASHINGTOX, Sundr.v Evoninc, I According to Gustftviu luadcrdo, brother of tho leader of tho Mexican rebels, negotia ^ tiouc nr© being. carried on between. Mexico and Japan which may result in an ultimate treaty giving .Taui-.u a navy supply station at t3:o Bay of All 'S.'.mtfi. Within 50 miloa of this bay, wliicli is | designated the host base on tho American i frontier, is :i calony of *Tapaneso imported by President Disk, and siven- concessions no | other foreigners were ever before £iven bv j i'ho Mexican Government.

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Our Special Cablegrams. BY THE INDEPENDENT CABLE SERVICE LISBON RAILROAD STRIKE. EXASPERATED CITIZENS FORCE AN ENDING. LISBON, Sunday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

■nv theixdependkatcable service USB0H~RA!LR8ADSTRiKE EXASPERATED CITIZENS FGBGE AN 1 mm, IjISIjON, Sunday Evening. | Although the railio;'.:l strilu uncial yester day iiiyiit, tho granting m" concussions to i tho strikers b.v t>ho tswnspeople was really tho canso of the settlement. j Ks53pa:'ato(l by , tlic inronvcninnco caused to tho public, the citizens broke into tho central station, uiul endeavoured to forco tho strikers to start the trains. This brought the matter to u climax, and the Government gavo ill « Tho gns ana elcotric tvorievs- slTiko is mora corious. Tho Govcrninout has ordered t'no reridonts to curtail tho consumption of both Commodities. Firemen are hein^ forccd to rim, }he ; lighting plants in place oF the strikers."

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THE EDUCATION OF CUPID. FAMOUS MASTER-PIECE DISCOVERED. LONDON, Sunday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

THE EDUCATION OF CUPID. i'FAMOUS MASTER-PIECE DISCOVERED. LOXDOX, iS;md:iy Kvontmr. It is reported that Iho original of Cor' rogios' famous masterpiece, "The Educa tion of Cupid, ' has boon discovered. A duplicate, which is supposed to bo by Van Dyck, was brought by the nation in 1833 for £52,000. That which is iroiv claimed to be tlie ori ginal' was purchased I'.v ;> young lawyer-lif teen years ago at a sale'at Lutoiis, for 12/6.

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GLASGOW EXHIBITION. LONDON, Sunday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

GLASGOW EXHIBMION. LONDO-N, Sunday Evening. I Arrant(jmonts |f-ar tbj (jrlas<j->w Exhibi tion this year full into four sections, viz., National History, Modern History, Kmc Arts, and I/idustry. T!io e-iwrtuininents will consist of rewesi'!] tat ions of eventful scenes of tho romantic past, and these will bo coupled with tho pomp, pageantry, and dis play of twentieth contury progress.

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OLYMPIA HORSE SHOW. LONDON, Sunday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

! GLYM HORSE SHOW. LONDON, Suml.-.v Kveninc. . j Russia will ho strongly represented at the Olympia Horse Show, to ho hold during Coronation Week. The Government will send1 army mounts, in' addition to a number of famous trotter:!. It is hoped also n body of Cossacks will accompany the exhibits.

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STRENUOUS BOXING STOPPING BY POLICE. LOS ANGELOS, Sunday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

, STRENUOUS BQ» STOPPING BY I POLICE, LOS AKGELOS, Sunday Evening. T3io jxilico yesterday stopped a scheduled 15-rouud bout between Webster and Riv era At tho 18th round, after Webster had U'.iiKsrciinliy punished Rivers, and floored him four times, tlio police entered the ring, and took charge .1

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SERIOUS COAGH ACCIDENT WELL-KNOWN COMMERCIAL INJURED. TAMWORTH RESIDENT BADLY HURT. WALCHA, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

SERIOUS COAGH ACCIDENT WELL-KNOWN COMMERCIAL INJURED. TAMWORTH RESIDENT BADLY HURT. WALCHA, Monday Evening. I While the evening coach was being driv en to Walcha Road, the four horses took t fright at a motor car, and although careful ly handled by George Bowden, the vehicle was overturned. | Two commercials, Messrs. Hutchinson, or , Anderson, and Cornford were injured, the former having, a leg broken, and the latter ail arm fractured. Mrs. Dimmock, of Tamworth, was taken to the hospital with a cut in her head. Her baby was uninjured. The coach was badly ' damaged. I I Later. | Mrs. Dimmock is not badly hurt. Mrs. NlclioUs, who was also a passenger, has been taken to the hospital.

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ACCIDENT IM A COLLIERY. WEST MAITLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

ACCIDENT IM A COLLIERY. ^ WEST MAITLAND, Monday. ' Wliilo alxiut, 70 minors were [loing into Hottou colliery, Carrington, to-day, riding on a number ol' skips, 0110 skipped and be came derailed, throwing several of tlio moa violently down. Fortunately 110 lives wero lost. Five men wer0 injured, and are suf fering chiefly from lnscerations, 110 bones being broken.

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INVERELL RAGES. MOZANNA WINS THE OPENING. GOLDEN GLOW ANNEXES NEW YEAR'S GIFT. INVERELL, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

INVERELL RAGES, MOZANNA WINS THE OPENING. GOLDEN GLOW ANNEXES ' ' NEW YEAR'S GIFT. INVERELL, Monday. I ■ Tho Inve'rel) Jockey . Club's Summer j Meeting, postponed iroin. Wednesday, was 1 commenced to-day,- Tho weather was warm, ' and the attendance large. Results:— I Opening Handicap, 7 furlongs.—Mozanna 1, Schnaper 2, Whitefoot 3. Won by a length ' and a half. Time, l!35. Betting: Evens Mozanna. I Novice Handicap, G furlongs.—Mookoval ], Mozenia 2, Tootsle 3. Other starters: Tall Doy, Ivan, Wimmera, and Tavlton. Won by half a length. Time, 1.20. Betting: C to 4 Mozenia, 2 to 1 the winner. New Year's aitt, 7 furlongs.—Golden Glow 1, Crimson Wing 2, Empirical 3. Other starter: Lady Simon. Won by a nock. Time: 1.3". Rotting: Evens Crimson Wing, 2 lo 1 ICmylrical, Mcintyro Welter, 6 furlongs.—Revolve 1, Matchmaker 2, Killnrn 3. Other starters: Slow Hoy and Schnappur. Won by a neck. Time, 1.21. Betting: G to 4- Matchmaker, 3 to 1 the winner. Matchmaker, anil il. Thurston, tho lessee or ...

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RAILWAY TO THE COAST. WALCHA Monday... [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

RAILWAY TO THE COAST, WALCHA Monday... Mr. Kennedy, oC the Works Department, I arrived to-day, to inspect the proposed route | of railway to the coast.

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HOMEBUSH SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

HOMEBUSH SALES. Cattle.—122S yarded. The mnrlcet was Hllghtly lower. Best beef sold af. 24/ per J 001b., bullocks JCH to £10, cows £4 to £S. Sheep.—12,100 penned. Prime were 1/ higher, while others were unaltered. We thers sold from 10/ to 1G/2, ewes 0/ to 12/.

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TO-DAY'S WOOL SALES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

TO-DAY'S WOOL SALES, SYDNEY, Monday. The wool sales re-opened to-day, marked was much easier, and in same cases to the extent, of G per cent. The Co-operative Company offered 3900 bales. The recent decline in merinos in Melbourne and Brisbane was reflected here. Crossbrcds ivt'ro appreciably lower. Particulars:—Greasy : A over Adolong, first fleeco, 12(1, second fleece 10id, first pieces 9Jd; Goolguinblu, (irst combing Fi lljd; combing lid; jWM over Allandalo, comeback 10%d; merino fleece 10%d; KLN over, Gunynuna, AE lOJd, first pieces 8Jd; F over Glenarcliy, first combing 10Jd, AW 9%il, AHWB 9%d, B fleece 9d; WR and SN, first l{Hd, first pieces 8Jd; AFK over Gow. rie over New England, first fleece 10Sd, first E lOd; GG over Glemvood over Now England, EW lOJd; WHE lOJd; Migurra over WX, fleec© lOd; TB, Makehnm. over Nangius, EH lOd; JS over liyo Park, KW 10d; WB over SA, fleece 9Jd; 1^ over 13on nio View, first combine 9Jd; FFA over Dun gowan, fleeco 93tT;.AP over Adelons, EW 93&...

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QUIRINDI WATER SUPPLY. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

QUIRINDI WATER SUPPLY. SYDNEY, Monday. The tender of the Gibson, Battle Com pany, Sydney, has been accepted for the supply and erection of pumping machinery for the Quirlndl water supply. The amount of the tender was £1977.

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MAITLAND MARKETS. WEST MAITLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

MAITLAND MARKETS. WEST MAITLAND, Monilny. Cattle.—Tliore was n fairly largo yarding, consisting principally of good to prime qual ity bullocks. There was u ^coil attendance of buyers, who bid freely. The market was Ilrrn at last week's high rates. Prime heavy bullocks sold from £10/10 to £11/1. prime. £9 to £tO, good £S to £S/10, medium £"' to £7/10, best cows £G/10 lo £7/12, good £5/10 lo £ti, medium £-1/10 to £;1. Sales.—Clift Bros., bullocks £7/M to £0 I?/, cows £3/9 to £7/11; .1. F. Dowling, bullocks, £G/r> to £9/11, cows £T> to £0; J. K. McKay, bullocks, SS'ji) to £8/11. Sheep.—About 1000 were penned, being mostly merino with a few cros3breds. The quality was principally good to prime. The , market was very brisk, showing a further improvement on last week's llrm rates. Prime and weighty wethers 14/11 to 15/9, prime 13/ to 14/13, good 11/ to 13,/, prime and weighty owes 12/11 to 13/10, prime 11/ to 12/11, good 9/S to 11/1, inferior and me dium 7/S to 9/8. Sales.—Exors. H....

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ALLEGED SHOOTING WITH INTENT SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

ALLEGED SHOOTING WITH INTENT SYDNEY, Monday. Peter McGrath liiis been committed for trial on a charge of maliciously shooting, at' Granville, a man named Butler, with intent to do him grievous bodily harm. The prosecutoi; deposed that accused said to him "1 intended to kill you; you took my wife >**... to Oatley." Butler replied, "It is a lie." Accused told the police the only thing he regretted was that prosecutor did no. get shot in the brain box, adding, "I'll make no mistake the next time."

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RAILWAY CONCESSIONS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

I . RAILWAY CONCESSIONS. \ _ - ' SYDNEY, Monday. A deputation representing tlie Loop.! Go vernment Association, interviewed tho Chief Jlalhvay Commissioner and asked that a concession in freights should be made to shires and municipalities getting road making material. Some local bodies could not get metal for their roads, and were consequently unable to keep them in proper condition on account of the expense of haul : age. As the railway lands wore exempted . from taxation, the slight reciprocity asked for should be granted. It was also pointed out that since 190S some £S(!0,000 had been spent.on roads by shires and municipalities. Mr. Johnson said he did not think he had any power to discriminate between muni cipalities and the general public, and lie did not think there should be any distinction. However, when he was dealing with the re vision of freights, as he intended, he would j see if he liad power to make the concession i asked for.

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COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

COMPETITIONS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 2S, .1911.—Liter-' ary Paper not exoeedin«i.50o words, ou the most enjoyable day of tlia ba&btys. (Chil dren's Union Coupon must do firmly attached* ■to each entry). SATURDAY, FEBRUARY Need lework. Any article of plain swVin£. (Oiil dron'.s Union Coupon must"bo Jirmly attuchccJ. to each entry). SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1J.—Art. , ,fA« colored map of any portiuu of the UrittJtflt Empire. (Gfrildien's Uniou Obujiou Hiust- bt* firmlv attached to each eirtrjO- . EDITRESS YOUNG PISOPU^. COLUMNS.

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